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Current Stock qoutes for TECK.A,TECK.B and TECK
2019 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q2 $34.31 $26.15 $30.22 89,750,430
Q1 $32.34 $26.70 $30.92 96,418,728

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q2 $25.74 $19.41 $23.06 40,109,369
Q1 $24.61 $19.81 $23.18 39,110,467

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q2 $34.00 $26.36 29.99 179,975
Q1 $32.20 $27.00 $31.00 220,496
2018 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $32.49 $23.90 $29.39 120,520,736
Q3 $34.49 $27.94 $31.13 82,725,568
Q2 $39.08 $31.33 $33.49 107,685,079
Q1 $38.89 $31.65 $33.18 124,748,669

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $25.33 $18.18 $21.54 48,099,183
Q3 $26.38 $21.24 $24.10 32,073,083
Q2 $30.11 $24.04 $25.45 41,483,150
Q1 $30.79 $24.49 $25.76 52,477,413

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $32.03 $23.89 $29.44 128,919
Q3 $34.99 $27.93 $31.44 137,185
Q2 $39.00 $31.42 $32.76 166,472
Q1 $38.90 $31.80 $33.25 335,596
2017 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $33.76 $25.89 $32.87 116,086,280
Q3 $31.92 $22.05 $26.27 147,983,981
Q2 $32.18 $19.27 $22.48 143,220,254
Q1 $34.60 $25.90 $29.08 166,166,974

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $26.81 $20.06 $26.17 269,059,774
Q3 $25.67 $17.19 $21.09 294,715,422
Q2 $24.07 $14.56 $17.33 351,976,453
Q1 $26.45 $19.90 $21.90 351,976,453

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $33.56 $26.35 $33.05 204,367
Q3 $32.49 $22.81 $26.60 167,392
Q2 $32.84 $20.00 $23.00 219,158
Q1 $35.14 $26.73 $30.15 513,953
2016 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $34.73 $26.87 $26.87 47,612,944
Q3 $24.89 $16.52 $23.65 278,290,368
Q2 $17.09 $9.05 $17.01 414,279,556
Q1 $11.99 $3.65 $9.85 386,550,338

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $33.76 $16.95 $20.03 444,323,922
Q3 $19.08 $12.61 $18.03 489,577,154
Q2 $13.2 $6.88 $13.17 694,299,622
Q1 $9.25 $2.56 $7.61 564,493,966

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $36.00 $30.20 $31.00 159,989
Q3 $25.00 $17.40 $23.62 197,126
Q2 $18.05 $11.9 $18.05 167,709
Q1 $14.51 $5.69 $12.84 206,884
2015 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $10.76 $4.25 $5.34 271,152,795
Q3 $12.51 $5.87 $6.37 195,869,480
Q2 $19.47 $12.30 $12.38 140,638,671
Q1 $20.58 $12.46 $17.38 162,271,196

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $8.29 $3.04 $3.86 528,604,470
Q3 $9.99 $4.39 4.80 454,844,163
Q2 $16.20 $9.85 $9.91 279,110,753
Q1 $16.40 $10.45 $13.73 288,242,421

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $12.27 $6.41 $8.28 136,214
Q3 $14.82 $7.74 $8.00 174,984
Q2 $20.50 $14.15 $14.35 91,917
Q1 $22.64 $17.04 $20.02 127,157
2014 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $21.17 $12.79 $15.88 185,316,903
Q3 $26.98 $20.80 $21.21 105,251,991
Q2 $26.11 $23.03 $24.36 96,221,432
Q1 $29.10 $22.53 $23.86 125,094,073

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $18.96 $11.01 $13.64 252,756,194
Q3 $25.03 $18.59 $18.89 132,191,712
Q2 $23.89 $21.23 $22.83 143,666,710
Q1 $26.44 $19.99 $21.68 138,972,779

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $22.52 $15.88 $18.41 209,674
Q3 $28.10 $22.40 $22.82 106,126
Q2 $27.51 $24.05 $25.76 99,494
Q1 $30.72 $24.30 $25.33 121,279
2013 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $31.25 $23.98 $27.65 120,005,383
Q3 $30.14 $21.11 $27.68 130,249,769
Q2 $29.84 $21.22 $22.47 156,131,269
Q1 $38.13 $28.06 $28.60 121,735,768

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $30.02 $22.56 $26.01 125,380,369
Q3 $29.22 $19.98 $26.84 149,688,993
Q2 $29.44 $20.20 $21.37 207,875,784
Q1 $38.57 $27.30 $28.16 120,666,284

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $32.45 $25.62 $29.19 130,492
Q3 $31.60 $22.92 $29.28 143,411
Q2 $31.14 $23.35 $24.16 144,393
Q1 $39.88 $29.60 $30.44 109,153
2012 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $36.39 $28.86 $36.15 122,792,669
Q3 $33.60 $26.02 $29.01 138,443,343
Q2 $37.57 $29.20 $31.53 126,080,217
Q1 $44.00 $33.61 $35.61 152,259,135

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $36.79 $29.34 $36.35 132,563,057
Q3 $34.68 $26.12 $29.45 149,758,654
Q2 $38.09 $28.42 $30.94 199,155,534
Q1 $43.99 $33.61 $35.66 186,622,683

Class A common shares-TSX-Cdn$/share

Q4 $37.56 $30.85 $36.46 94,849
Q3 $35.10 $28.18 $31.00 114,568
Q2 $39.47 $31.03 $32.60 92,485
Q1 $44.99 $35.90 $37.30 174,535
2011 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares-TSX-C$/share

Q4 $42.79 $27.39 $35.91 190,238,960
Q3 $51.38 $29.60 $30.92 187,594,976
Q2 $57.35 $41.96 $49.02 194,838,614
Q1 $64.62 $47.50 $51.39 191,384,478

Class B subordinate voting shares-NYSE-US$/share

Q4 $43.05 $25.76 $35.19 253,145,179
Q3 $53.89 $28.33 $29.19 263,490,182
Q2 $59.75 $42.84 $50.74 233,222,262
Q1 $65.37 $47.96 $53.02 253,728,347

Class A common shares-TSX-C$/share

Q4 $44.00 $27.53 $37.38 156,433
Q3 $52.35 $30.69 $31.94 205,882
Q2 $57.80 $43.00 $49.45 214,301
Q1 $65.31 $48.50 $52.25 311,793
2010 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares - TSX

Q4 $62.00 $42.11 $61.79 170,638,640
Q3 $42.78 $30.25 $42.32 216,752,777
Q2 $46.92 $30.43 $31.48 274,569,966
Q1 $44.90 $32.19 $44.25 215,067,420

Class B subordinate voting shares - NYSE

Q4 $62.30 $41.18 $61.83 43,186,525
Q3 $41.75 $28.39 $41.16 51,179,828
Q2 $46.91 $28.68 $29.58 74,425,700
Q1 $44.24 $30.09 $43.56 59,896,400

Class A common shares - TSX

Q4 $62.21 $42.65 $62.00 178,662
Q3 $43.24 $32.00 $42.76 153,295
Q2 $47.60 $32.51 $33.78 272,140
Q1 $45.14 $33.39 $44.99 168,318
2009 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares - TSX

Q4 $40.15 $27.05 $36.82 222,940,704
Q3 $31.06 $17.27 $29.50 404,182,427
Q2 $20.95 $6.60 $18.55 742,600,729
Q1 $8.85 $3.35 $7.05 604,589,147

Class B subordinate voting shares - NYSE

Q4 $38.41 $24.87 $34.97 66,339,100
Q3 $28.94 $14.74 $27.57 70,948,100
Q2 $19.08 $5.27 $15.94 97,884,400
Q1 $7.46 $2.61 $5.55 64,298,600

Class A common shares - TSX

Q4 $40.95 $28.50 $37.62 237,899
Q3 $31.59 $18.55 $30.36 290,515
Q2 $22.80 $9.37 $20.05 508,158
Q1 $15.00 $7.34 $9.37 271,547
2008 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares - TSX

Q4 $29.89 $3.35 $6.02 572,112,338
Q3 $49.24 $27.00 $30.22 196,305,940
Q2 $52.90 $40.25 $49.17 154,650,082
Q1 $43.44 $28.00 $42.09 234,594,248

Class B subordinate voting shares - NYSE

Q4 $28.02 $2.60 $4.92 332,117,284
Q3 $48.09 $26.07 $29.12 162,287,038
Q2 $53.68 $39.21 $47.95 64,651,302
Q1 $44.24 $27.06 $40.96 94,820,220

Class A common shares - TSX

Q4 $33.50 $5.90 $7.26 494,405
Q3 $51.99 $30.05 $33.40 167,718
Q2 $56.49 $45.95 $51.00 247,896
Q1 $48.89 $34.00 $47.85 202,995
2007 High Low Close Volume

Class B subordinate voting shares - TSX

Q4 $52.40 $33.03 $35.43 182,365,990
Q3 $53.35 $38.04 $47.22 165,747,719
Q2 $44.50 $41.55 $45.20 133,003,478
Q1 $44.73 $37.80 $40.25 169,869,412

Class B subordinate voting shares - NYSE

Q4 $53.80 $33.03 $35.71 65,960,635
Q3 $50.89 $35.32 $47.71 51,877,785
Q2 $46.91 $34.75 $42.50 35,025,500
Q1 $38.08 $32.12 $34.80 32,076,610

Class A common shares - TSX

Q4 $58.00 $42.00 $44.35 193,262
Q3 $58.50 $45.60 $53.50 279,585
Q2 $46.00 $45.50 $48.71 146,079
Q1 $46.15 $39.68 $42.50 248,828

Note: (1) All of the amounts on this page have been adjusted to reflect the 2-for-1 share split approved at the Annual and Special Meeting of shareholders held on April 25, 2007 and effective May 7, 2007.

Have questions about your Teck Shares?

  • Change of address

  • Lost share certificates

  • Dividend payments

Who you should contact for the answers to these and any other general questions you have depends on how you own your shares:

  • If you hold the shares in your own name (i.e., if you have a share certificate), you are a registered shareholder and should contact our transfer agent AST Trust Company (Canada).

    AST Trust Company (Canada)
    Canada and the U.S.: 1.800.387.0825
    Outside Canada and the U.S.: 1.416.682.3860
    inquiries@astfinancial.com
    www.astfinancial.com/ca-en

  • If you hold your shares through an intermediary, like a brokerage firm or other institution, including in an RRSP or TFSA, you’re a non-registered shareholder and should contact your broker or other intermediary.

You can buy Teck shares through a registered broker. Teck does not buy or sell shares directly.

Teck is authorized to issue an unlimited number of Class A common shares and Class B subordinate voting shares and an unlimited number of preference shares, issuable in series.

Class A common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol TECK.A and carry the right to 100 votes per share. Class B subordinate voting shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol TECK.B and on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TECK and carry the right to one vote per share. Each Class A common share is convertible, at the option of the holder, into one Class B subordinate voting share. In all other respects, including dividend rights and the distribution of property upon dissolution or winding-up of the Company, the Class A common shares and Class B subordinate voting shares rank equally.

The attributes of the Class B subordinate voting shares contain so called “coattail” provisions, which provide that, in the event that an offer (an Exclusionary Offer) to purchase Class A common shares, which is required to be made to all or substantially all holders thereof, is not made concurrently with an offer to purchase Class B subordinate voting shares on identical terms, then each Class B subordinate voting share will be convertible into one Class A common share at the option of the holder during a certain period, provided that any Class A common shares received upon such conversion are deposited to the Exclusionary Offer. Any Class B subordinate voting shares converted into Class A common shares pursuant to such conversion right will automatically convert back to Class B subordinate voting shares in the event that any such shares are withdrawn from the Exclusionary Offer or are not otherwise ultimately taken up and paid for under the Exclusionary Offer.

The Class B subordinate voting shares will not be convertible in the event that holders of a majority of the Class A common shares (excluding those shares held by the offeror making the Exclusionary Offer) certify to Teck that they will not, among other things, tender their Class A common shares to the Exclusionary Offer.

If an offer to purchase Class A common shares does not, under applicable securities legislation or the requirements of any stock exchange having jurisdiction, constitute a “takeover bid” or is otherwise exempt from any requirement that such offer be made to all or substantially all holders of Class A common shares, the coattail provisions will not apply.

The above is a summary only. Reference should be made to the articles of Teck, a copy of which may be obtained on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Information regarding shares outstanding can be found in our most recent quarterly report.

Teck Resources Limited is the result of the merger of Teck Corporation and Cominco Ltd. In 2001

Cominco Ltd. Shareholders received 1.8 Teck Subordinate Voting Class B shares and $6 cash for each Cominco Ltd. Share, effective July 19, 2001 upon the merger. Teck Class B shares were valued at $12.60 per share on the date of the vote of the merger. The Common Shares were subdivided on a 2 for 1 basis on May 7, 2007, making the adjusted value $6.30.

Valuation Day Stock Prices (December 22, 1971)

Cominco Teck Class A Common Teck Class B Subordinate Voting
$22.88 $ 4.75 $ 4.15
Cominco Ltd. – Share Splits
May 4, 1984 3 for 1 split Adjusted V-Day Share Value post split- $7.63
Teck – Share Splits
March 5, 1980 Stock Dividend of 1 Class B Subordinate Voting share for each Class A Common share or Class B Subordinate Voting share
Class A Common share value: $21.50 (post split)
Class B Subordinate Voting share value: $18.50 (post split)
February 5, 1988 2 for 1 share split (Class A Common and Class B Subordinate Voting shares)
Class A Common share value: $14.00 (post-split)
Class B Subordinate Voting share value: $13.25 (post-split)
September 25, 2001 Class A Common shareholders received 0.2 Class B shares (value $9.90) for each
Class A Common share held. (No fractional shares issued)
May 7, 2007 2 for 1 share split (Class A Common and Class B Subordinate Voting shares)
Class A Common share value: $50.49 (post-split)
Class B Subordinate Voting share value: $45.20 (post-split)

October 30, 2008 Teck Acquisition of Fording

Under the terms of the arrangement, unitholders of Fording received 0.245 of a Teck Class B subordinate voting share and cash in the amount of US$82.00 (less any amounts withheld on account of taxes) for each unit. The volume weighted average price of the Teck Class B subordinate voting shares on the NYSE for the ten trading days ended October 28, 2008 was US$11.71. Teck and Fording are using this price for purposes of valuing the arrangement consideration. Fording unitholders may find this information useful for tax purposes.

Dividend amount and payment dates for Teck's Class A common & Class B subordinate voting shares.

Actual Amount per share

Split adjusted Amount per share (1)

Record Date

Payment Date (2)

$0.05

$0.05 September 13, 2019 September 30, 2019

$0.05

$0.05

June 14, 2019

June 28, 2019

$0.05

$0.05

March 15, 2019

March 29, 2019

$0.15

$0.15

December 14, 2018

December 31, 2018

$0.05

$0.05

September 14, 2018

September 28, 2018

$0.05

$0.05

June 15, 2018

June 29, 2018

$0.05

$0.05

March 15, 2018

March 29, 2018

$0.45

$0.45

December 15, 2017

December 29, 2017

$0.05

$0.05

September 15, 2017

September 29, 2017

$0.10

$0.10

June 15, 2017

June 30, 2017

$0.05

$0.05

December 15, 2016

December 30, 2016

$0.05

$0.05

June 15, 2016

June 30, 2016

$0.05

$0.05

December 14, 2015

December 30, 2015

$0.15

$0.15

June 15, 2015

July 2, 2015

$0.45

$0.45

December 15, 2014

January 2, 2015

$0.45

$0.45

June 16, 2014

July 2, 2014

$0.45

$0.45

December 16, 2013

January 2, 2014

$0.45

$0.45

June 14, 2013

July 2, 2013

$0.45

$0.45

December 14, 2012

January 2, 2013

$0.40

$0.40

June 15, 2012

July 3, 2012

$0.40

$0.40

December 15, 2011

January 3, 2012

$0.30

$0.30

June 15, 2011

July 5, 2011

$0.30

$0.30

December 15, 2010

January 14, 2011

$0.20

$0.20

June 16, 2010

July 2, 2010

$0.50

$0.50

June 16, 2008

July 2, 2008

$0.50

$0.50

December 21, 2007

January 3, 2008

$0.50

$0.50

June 22, 2007

July 3, 2007

$1.00

$0.50

December 18, 2006

January 3, 2007

$1.00

$0.50

June 19, 2006

July 4, 2006

$0.40

$0.20

December 15, 2005

January 3, 2006

$0.40

$0.20

June 15, 2005

June 30, 2005

$0.20

$0.10

December 15, 2004

December 31, 2004

$0.10

$0.05

June 15, 2004

June 30, 2004

(1)The amounts in this column have been adjusted to reflect the 2-for-1 share split approved at the Annual and Special Meeting of shareholders held on April 25, 2007.
(2)Dividends paid subsequent to December 31, 2005 are eligible for both the Federal and Provincial enhanced dividend tax credits.

Dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP)

Teck does not have a dividend reinvestment plan at this time.

Eligible dividends

Teck has designated all dividends since December 31, 2005, as eligible dividends.

United States federal income tax considerations for Canadian dividends 

Canadian dividends should be treated as foreign income. Complete the appropriate U.S. income tax form to request a credit for taxes paid on the dividend.

Teck is not a passive foreign investment company for U.S. taxpayers.

Teck does not provide tax information about trading shares – please talk to your own tax or financial advisor. Your advisor can also help you calculate the cost basis of your shares for tax purposes.

If you require any tax forms, please contact our transfer agent, AST Trust Company (Canada) for information.

AST Trust Company (Canada)
Canada and the U.S.: 1.800.387.0825
Outside Canada and the U.S.: 1.416.682.3860
inquiries@astfinancial.com
www.astfinancial.com/ca-en

If you have the original Teck share certificates

Contact our transfer agent, AST Trust Company (Canada) to have them issue new Teck share certificates in your name. Contact information can be found below.

You will be asked to provide certain documentation, including the original share certificates, name and address of the deceased shareholder, number of shares held, date the shares were purchased, a letter from your lawyer, and other information as may be required to transfer the shares.

If the share certificates are for a company that Teck acquired

Contact our transfer agent AST Trust Company (Canada) to find out what consideration you may be entitled to. You may, for example, be entitled to exchange the shares in that company for Teck shares. Note that there is often a time limit (usually six years) for exchanging shares.  You can find information related to certain exchanges in the answer to the next question.

AST Trust Company (Canada)
Canada and the U.S.: 1.800.387.0825
Outside Canada and the U.S.: 1.416.682.3860
inquiries@astfinancial.com
www.astfinancial.com/ca-en

If you were a Cominco shareholder or Fording unitholder

Under the terms of the court approved plans of arrangement that effected the acquisitions of Cominco and Fording, respectively, shares of Cominco and units of Fording were required to be submitted for exchange within 6 years of the closing of those transactions as noted below:

 

Date of Acquisition

Exchange Deadline

Cominco Ltd.

July 20, 2001

July 20, 2007

Fording Canadian Coal Trust

October 30, 2008

October 30, 2014

After the exchange deadlines noted above, the share or unit certificates for Cominco and Fording securities ceased to represent a right or claim of any kind and were deemed to be surrendered to Teck for no consideration.  Several attempts were made in the applicable 6 year period to contact holders of shares or units who had not yet exchanged them as required.  Further information regarding the Cominco and Fording acquisition transactions can be found on SEDAR at www.SEDAR.com.

If you hold shares of AQM Copper or another company that Teck or Cominco acquired

Call or email our transfer agent AST Trust Company (Canada) to find out what consideration you may be entitled to.

AST Trust Company (Canada)
Canada and the U.S.: 1.800.387.0825
Outside Canada and the U.S.: 1.416.682.3860
inquiries@astfinancial.com
www.astfinancial.com/ca-en

If you were a registered shareholder of a company Teck or Cominco acquired you may, for example, be entitled to exchange your shares in that company for Teck shares. Note that there is often a time limit (usually six years) for exchanging shares, however, shares for certain legacy transactions remain outstanding and may still be exchangeable.  You will be asked to provide certain documentation relating to any applicable shareholdings.

Analyst Coverage

Teck is aware that the analysts listed below have recently covered Teck. This list is provided for Information purposes only. Teck does not endorse or approve any opinions, estimates or forecasts of any analyst regarding Teck's business or its securities, or any analyst's conclusions or recommendations. Teck does not distribute analysts' reports. This list may not be complete and may change as firms add or delete coverage.

Investment Firm Equity Analyst

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Timna Tanners

Barclays

Matthew Murphy

BMO Capital Markets

Jackie Przybylowski

B. Riley FBR

Lucas Pipes

Canaccord Genuity

Dalton Baretto

CIBC World Markets

Oscar Cabrera

Citi

Alexander Hacking

Clarksons Platou Securities

Daniel Scott

Credit Suisse North America

Curt Woodworth

Deutsche Bank Securities

Chris Terry

Eight Capital

Ralph Profiti

Goldman Sachs

Matthew Korn

JP Morgan

Michael Gambardella

Macquarie Capital Markets

David Lipschitz

Morgan Stanley

coverage suspended

National Bank Financial

Shane Nagle

Paradigm Capital

David Davidson

Raymond James

Brian MacArthur

RBC Capital Markets

Sam Crittenden

Seaport Global

Mark Levin

Scotiabank

Orest Wowkodaw

TD Securities

Greg Barnes

Teck

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